While most of our employees are based in our Seattle headquarters, we will consider remote candidates from our six-member state region: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, Montana and Wyoming.
We are looking for a motivated professional who is passionate and skilled in program management, facilitation and evaluation, to develop and implement learning experiences for our network of philanthropic professionals from foundations across our six-state region. This position will engage frequently with Philanthropy Northwest members and other key stakeholders to develop, coordinate and facilitate programming that is relevant, timely and supportive of effective philanthropy in the Pacific Northwest.
This position will partner with colleagues to support and/or lead on key program initiatives including, but not limited to: 1). Momentum Fellowship, a leadership cohort specifically designed for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) professionals in philanthropy, 2). Grantmaking with an Equity Lens workshops, 3) Rural programming series/cohort, 4). BIPOC Folks in Philanthropy affinity group.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
SALARY AND BENEFITS
The annual compensation for a full-time position includes a package of benefits consisting of medical, dental, retirement contribution by employer (6% of salary and additional up to 2% dollar to dollar match (up to $1,800/year) to employee contribution), professional development, paid holidays and generous vacation policy, and flexible schedule. Annual salary range is $60,000-$75,000 depending on experience and location.
To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter indicating your key skills, experience and value you would bring to Philanthropy Northwest, via the application button. Resumes will be screened as they come in. This position will remain open until we find our ideal candidate.
Philanthropy Northwest is a network for grantmakers and funders of all types working in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. We bring together a thriving community of grantmakers dedicated to supporting strong communities through collective learning, centering racial equity and investing in innovation. We believe philanthropy is at its best when it is collaborative and inclusive.
We are also home to The Giving Practice, a national consultancy committed to joyful, effective and equitable philanthropy. As a division of Philanthropy Northwest, The Giving Practice’s consulting team brings customized solutions, deep regional relationships and national expertise to support organizations navigating philanthropy’s changing landscape.
Philanthropy Northwest’ mission is to promote and facilitate cross-sector collaboration to build resilient, equitable and inclusive communities in the Pacific Northwest. We offer core programs to strengthen philanthropy, center diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI); and advance policy and advocacy efforts. What does this work involve?
EQUAL EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY
Philanthropy Northwest is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create an inclusive and equitable workplace and encourage people from underrepresented communities to apply. We value and celebrate our employees’ differences in age, ability, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, language, national origin, political affiliation, socio-economic status and veteran status. Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or without a reasonable accommodation. It is our commitment to assess our current systems and create more opportunities for access and inclusion. To request accommodation or support, please email the Human Resources Team at HR at philanthropynw.org.
**COVID-19 vaccinations are mandated at Philanthropy Northwest. We will reasonably accommodate those individuals with medical conditions and/or religious beliefs that prevent them from obtaining the vaccine.